A Jagged Legislative Battle Ground 0

Katy Grimes: During Gov. Jerry Brown’s first year in office, business interests were able to kill so many bills they came out ahead, a recent news story reported. Is that so? Just how well are California businesses doing right now?

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Choo-Choo Boondoggle Runs Off Cliff 5

John Seiler: Ding-dong, the stupid bullet train is dead. It’s all over but the scrambling for a couple hundred million dollars of our tax money in various funds. The California High-Speed Rail Peer Review Group yesterday issued a report condemning the

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California Faces Decisive 2012 5

BY JOHN SEILER JAN. 4, 2012 It’s fun to gloat about our great weather when calling freezing relatives Back East on New Year’s Day. And some good things are keeping the sun shining this year. Silicon Valley’s global technology dominance

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Beautiful Kim Faces Ugly Tax Increase

Commentary JAN. 4, 2012 By JOHN SEILER It sounds like a sequel to a Clint Eastwood movie: The Beautiful, the Bad and the Ugly.” The beautiful is Kim Kardashian. The bad are the tax increasers. And the ugly is the

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Chino Hills Anxious For PUC Decision 16

Katy Grimes: The City of Chino Hills is gearing up for the next big battle in its fight with the Public Utility Commission and Southern California Edison over the Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project in Chino Hills – 200 foot electrical transmission towers

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Gun-Freedom Areas Should Split CA 7

John Seiler: California obviously is a divide state that ought to be divided in two — at least. That clearly is shown in the following map of how easy to get a concealed carry weapon’s permit in California. The map

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